Job Captain

Summary

  • Responsible for supporting the design development and construction documents. Assist and work with two drafters on design development and construction documents . Interact with consultants and agencies.
  • Report to Project Manager and be the in-house support for putting together the job, doing some AutoCAD and Revit but more delegation to drafters.
  • This person be working mostly on airport hangers, material (MRF) buildings. Any type of manufacturing is good, food processing would be ideal .
  • Will be drafting/designing about 50% of the time would be AutoCAD but less for Revit,
  • The other 50% is review and QA/QC so need ability to open a model and extract 2D drawings for review.


Qualifications
  • AutoCAD capability required; Revit capability desirable.
  • Must have predominantly commercial project experience with industrial being preferred.
  • This person MUST have constructability knowledge and the coordination needed with other disciplines .
  • Minimum of five (5) years experience in production and coordination of documents in all phases of architectural practice desired.
  • Coordinate projects with team members and consultants for conflicts and discrepancies.
  • Establish productive working relationships and deal effectively and cooperatively with team members, consultants, and government agencies.
  • Display willingness to make decisions; exhibit sound and accurate judgment; support and explain to support staff, consultants and vendors.
  • Professionally communicate both verbally and in writing to give assignments to office support staff, consultants and vendors.
  • License and degree not needed.



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